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IRENE Music by Hairy Tieniey Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy ^Additional lyrics and music by arrangement Charles Gaynor and Otis Clements Book by Hugh Wheeler and Joseph Stein from an adaptation by Harry Rigby ^

May 4, 5, 6, 7,1983 General Director — Ed Vaughan Nnsic Director — Bmce Wood Choreographer — Joanne VanSant Aaeietant Choreojprapher — Catherine Johnson Designer-Technical Director — Fred Thayer Costume Designer — Lucy Lee Renther Assistant Coetnme Desi^ — Maiy Beth Robinson Vocal Director — Lynn Hnrstad

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DIRECTORS ED VAUGHAN is completing his first year as a member of the theatre faculty at Otterbein College. Past Otterbein directing credits include: Abelard and Heloise, Romantic Comedy, and California Suite. BRUCE WOOD is in his first year as an Otterbein faculty member and director of the Westerville Civic Symphony. Raised in Sioux City, Iowa, he did his undergraduate work at Momingside College in Sioux City, Iowa and received his M.M. degree from the University of Wisconsin where he studied conducting with Catherine Comet. JOANNE VANSANT is Dean of Students at Otterbein. A native Kentuckian, she holds a B.A. degree from Denison University with an M.A. from Ohio State. She began teaching at Otterbein in 1948 and has served actively as choreographer in every musical from Knickerbocker Holiday through Irene! FRED THAYER designer-technical director at Otterbein since 1960, graduated from Bowling Green State University with an M.A. in theatre. He has designed for the University of Toledo, Bowling Green, Country Dinner Playhouse. Designer of more than 150 productions, he has studied in New York with Jo Melziner and Lester Polakov and frequently serves as a technical consultant. CATHERINE JOHNSON a graduate of Northwestern University has an M.A. degree in theatre. She is the choreographer of Otterbein’s Show Choir Opus Zero, and last assisted in choreography for Hello Dolly. LYNN HURSTAD is the director of choral music and vocal activities at Otterbein. She is a graduate of Northwestern University, where she earned her B.M. and M.M. She is also director of the Otterbein Con­ cert Choir, and she was vocal director for The Sound of Music last year and Godspell this past summer. LUCY LEE REUTHER is completing her second year as a member of the theatre faculty. Past Otterbein costume-design credits include: Abelard and Heloise, The Man Who Came to Dinner. She also directed the Children’s Theatre production of The Masque of Beauty and the Beast.

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SYNOPSIS OF SCENES Prologue: Scene 1: Scene 2: Scene 3: Scene 4: Scene 5:

ACT I In front of the O’Dare piano shop. Ninth Avenue, New York, 1920’s Interior of O’Dare piano shop The music room of the Marshall’s home. Long Island Ninth Avenue Exterior of O’Dare tenement Madame Lucy’s salon

Scene 6: Scene 7:

Exterior of O’Dare tenement Foyer of Palais Royale Ballroo

Scene 1: Scene 2: Scene 3: Scene 4: Scene 5:

ACT 11 Palais Royale Ballroom Exterior of O’Dare tenement Interior of O’Dare piano shop Exterior of O’Dare tenement Garden of the Marshall Estate

MUSICAL NUMBERS ACTl OVERATURE ............................................................................. ....................................... Orchestra and Chorus WHAT DO YOU WANT TO MAKE THOSE EYES AT ME FOR........................................................... Chorus THE WORLD MUST BE BIGGER THAN AN AVENUE...............................................................................Irene THE FAMILY TREE..........................................................................................................Mrs. Marshall and girls ALICE BLUE GOWN..........................................................................................................................................Irene THEY GO WILD, SIMPLY WILD, OVER ME................................................................................Madame Lucy AN IRISH GIRL........................................................................................................................... Irene and Chorus STEPPING ON BUTTERFLIES............................................................................................................. Orchestra MOTHER, ANGEL, DARLING........................................................................................ Irene and Mrs. O’Dare MADAME LUCY’S LAUNCH..................................................................................................................Orchestra THE RIVIERA RAGE ...............................................................................................................................Orchestra IRENE’S RAG LESSON.......................................................................................................................... Orchestra I’M ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS........................................................................................................... Irene ACT II ENTR’ACTE........................................ THE LAST PART OF EV’RY PARTY . WE’RE GETTING AWAY WITH IT... IRENE .................................................. GREAT LOVER TANGO.................... YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU............. Reprise: YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU STYLE SHOW ................................... FINALE ACT II.....................................

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CAST MRS. GERALDINE OT)ARE.. HELEN BURKE.......................... JANEMCFUDD....................... JIMMY....................................... IRENE O’DARE........................ CLARKSON.............................. MRS. EMMILENE MARSHALL DONALDS.MARSHALL .... OZZIEBABSON........................ MADAMELUCY ...................... ARABELLA................................

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SINGING AND DANCING D. Hemsley Caldwell David W. DeCooman* * H. Todd Freeman* * Jeff J. Kin* A Victor Jones* * Christopher W. McCluskey Carlyle B. Owens III** Larry Sherwood* *

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ORCHESTRA for IRENE! Violins Meg Million Lisa Trochelman Amy Zuchero Reiko Stilsor Pat McKown Clarinet-Saxophone John Hill Cheryl Freeman Connie Ross Bassoon James Bailey

Flute Laurie Lee Brown Lynn Rigg Oboe Patty Webb Percussion Dan Thress Stan Hornyak Bass-Banjo Jerry Parsons

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Special Thanks to Sigma Alpha Tau for supplying ushers for all performances. Special Thanks to Michael Haberkorn for pre>show music. Otterbein College Theatre is affiliated with the American College Theatre Festival, the Ohio Theatre Aliiance, the American Theatre Association, and the United States Institute of Theatre Technology.

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tterbein summer theatre

Air-Conditioned Arena Theatre in Campus Center presents 16th season

with guest professional to be announced June 21-25-A THURBER CARBUVAL (James Thurber) June 29-30; July 1-2, 6-9—1 DO, I DO (musical) July 12-16 THE ELEPHANT MAN (a play by Bernard Promance) July 19-23—GOD’S FAVORITE (Neil Simon comedy) July 26-30 TEN LITTLE INDIANS (Agatha Christie Mystery) SEASON TICKETS: $17.00. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.; $15.00, Tues.-Wed. INDIVIDUAL TICKETS: $4.00; Musical, $4.50; all Tues. performances $2.50 BOX OFFICE: Opens June 13, Campus Center; phone 890-3028 MAIL ORDERS: Currently being received GROUP RATES: Phone Theatre Office, 890-3000, ext. 657 1982-1983 Final Production in Campus Center Arena Theatre PRIVATE LIVES by Noel Coward May 27-28, June 1, 2, 3, 4

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Program Irene 1983  

Program Irene 1983